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In 2014, I set a long-term goal to read 100 classic novels by the end of 2022. I called my resolve the 100 Novel Challenge. Are you in?
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Just because you don't have a book on doesn't mean you have to stop reading. All you need is your phone. Even if you've left your Kindle behind, you can pick right up where you left off with the Kindle app. And there's a whole new world of apps that give you an experience unlike what reading a paperback offers. Check them out! #AndroidApps #iosApps #Apps #Productivity #MobileApps
I always get asked what the best books to read in your early 20s are, or even just what are the books every millennial should read... but the truth is there are so many books we all need in our lives. We need fiction books inspired by true stories or real life events that let us into the heart and soul or allow us to reimagine worlds we think we knew. We need non fiction books to offer us tips, advice, and experiences that can only be shared by an inspirational messenger who lived it and…
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